Eye in the sky on reef pollution
Spotting an oil spill in a 2,300 km long marine park is no easy task, but new remote sensing technology is set to change that.
A new spin on ocean eddies and marine primary production
Our understanding of the ocean’s biological pump, and the capacity of the ocean to sequester carbon dioxide, has been enhanced by a new study examining ocean eddies.
Tropical forest carbon storage at risk from defaunation
Disappearing vertebrates are affecting the structure and carbon storage capacity of tropical forests.
Safety among the gum trees for Wye River
Our leading bushfire risk expert Justin Leonard has been working with the community and a wider Advisory Panel to develop a set of voluntary guidelines that will help improve the townships resilience to bushfire.
Are toxic algal blooms the new normal for Australia’s major rivers?
Blooms of toxic blue-green algae were unheard of in Australia's major waterways before 1991. Now the Murray River is experiencing its fourth bloom in a decade.